According to The Real Deal, the trade publication for the NYC real estate industry, a state of emergency did not necessarily put a damper on business--or at least, buyers who wanted to schedule a showing. But, we have to ask ourselves, how do you market a Zone A apartment so soon after the storm of the century? Here are a few thoughts:
- Zone A: It's never as bad as they say!
- Think of every evacuation as a chance to spend quality time with the grandkids.
- Great views of Liberty Island and once a year, an indoor pool.
- It could be love at first sight for you and your first responder.
- Don't drive to the ocean, let the ocean come to you
- Zone A: Less expensive than TriBeCa, lower taxes and less flooding than Westchester.
- Real New Yorkers aren't afraid of a little water.
- The only thing you will need to prepare for the hurricane is a suitcase.
- The best place to live 363 days out of the year.
- "A" is for awesome!
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